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NewGenerationSkills

The New Generation Skills Interest Group was looking for opportunities to create a business support infrastructure

On Monday, March 5, 2018, a meeting of the New Generation Skills and Innovation Laboratories Group took place at the Cultural Center Vratislavice 101010. Innovation Laboratory concept and the services that could be offered were discussed during the afternoon.

Peer review visit in Hungary within NewGenerationSkills project

DEX Innovation Centre together with project partners from Hungary and Romania took part in the peer review visit in Budapest - Újbuda district, on February 26th - 27th 2018. Purpose of the study visit was not only cross-fertilization on the example of good practice but also an introduction of the Local Action Plan introduced by the Lead Partner from Hungary, in order to support and develop the entrepreneurship culture within youth.

 

The second exchange visit within the project New Generation Skills was held 6 December 2017 in Liberec

Partners from Hungarian municipality of Újbuda and from Romanian organizations,  Cluj Metropolitan Area, North-West Regional Development Agency  (NWRDA), Cluj Innovation Park a JCI Active Citizens Cluj, participated at the peer review at the Student Business Club at the Technical University of Liberec,  a local social  entrepreneur KultiVAR and the Liberec Regional Authority. 

New Generation Skills Official Project Meeting in Liberec

The NewGenerationSkills Project Partners met on 27-29 June 2017 in Liberec, Czech Republic to work on the main goal of the Project, which is the support of young people from selected regions of Central and Eastern Europe who would like to start their own successful businesses.

Discussion panel on Business support in Liberec region

On Tuesday, April 25 a meeting of representatives of the public administration, academia and business was held at Grand Hotel Imperial in Liberec.

NewGenerationSkills project will develop potential of young people

Project , funded by the Danube Transnational Program, primarily targets young people (15-29) and will engage SME's, NGO's, cities, educational organisations and also mentors, lectors and coaches to build and test common initiatives support the young.